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Rose and Crown, Histon

Rose and Crown, Impington

History of the Rose and Crown

Listed building:

Late C16 and early C17. Timber framed, plastered and exposed; long straw thatch and plain tile roofs. Original cottage with lobby entry, one storey and attic, partly demolished and replaced by two storey building of three timber framed bays.


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